Sunday, July 27, 2014

Saturday dinner

If you have been reading this blog for anytime 
you know that all my children love to cook.  
One son who lives in Arizona is a fabulous Indian chef.
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 Duck Curry, Country Style
From Kerala
Today he made it with  dark chicken meat and it was divine.
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 Adding the coconut milk.
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 Favorite, Carrots stir-fried with green chilies.
From, Gujarat
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Duck Country Curry, Ginger Cabbage and Peas and the Carrots with Chilies.
The Cabbage with Peas was a new dish and also from Gujarat region.
Like the carrot dish, quickly stir-fried. It was fabulous. 
Now I have a new favorite.
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Hope everyone had a lovely weekend !

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happy. . . parsnip
music. . . Break The Fall,  Laura Welsh

Update, 
Mondays post about living in a Border State and City
will be about Anchor Babies and what is happening to our health care.

19 comments:

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    1. It is not super "hot" just filled with great flavor.
      And I am not a fan of dark chicken meat but this is perfect !

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  2. Any time your son feels like making a visit to London .... :)

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    1. He would love to come he cooks Japanese also.

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  3. Ohhhh yum! Oh the dish looks so good!
    I now crave curry....I love eating it with rice and also with naan. Both good!
    What makes curry so good for me is the coconut milk. I like Japanese curry, too, but we usually don't use coconut milk.
    I wish I could come over and join you there :-)

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    1. Please come it would be such fun.
      Me too I love the coconut milk.
      I had just a very small amount of rice and no naan. I am being careful with my carbs.

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  4. As long as it's not too spicy...

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    1. This was not overly spicy.
      But I love spicy dishes.

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  5. Indian food, done right, is so pretty. And for mine, bring on the heat!

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    1. Heat yes and no !
      The chilies were so good yesterday some heat but you got to taste all the flavors.

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  6. These meals look so appetising Gayle - wish I was near enough to pop in and share them.

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  7. Looks very healthy. I make a Szechuan chicken dish that is similar but peanut instead of coconut.

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  8. Oh wow that does look amazing. We do a lot of cooking with coconut milk as well.

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